Returning Resident

Returning Resident

If you are returning to the UK and were a previous resident of the UK, then there is a process which allows a returning resident to be admitted into settlement provided certain requirements for this procedures are met.

 

You may be admitted for settlement as a returning resident if you meet the following requirements:

  1. You have had Indefinite Leave to Remain in the United Kingdom when you last left the country;
  2. You have not been away from the United Kingdom for more than two years;
  3. You did not have recourse to public funds towards the cost of leaving the United Kingdom;
  4. You seek admission for settling in the United Kingdom.

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